Linux on the Desktop--an Impossible Dream?
May 30, 2001 By Bryan Pfaffenberger
Microsoft isn't the only corporation dissing Linux these days Joining the corporate chorus is Steve Smith, a Dell manager, who doesn't believe that there's much of a future for Linux on the desktop. "It's still a fundamentally technical operating system," Smith says.. "It's very easy for someone who doesn't know what they're doing to break. It's not designed for the novice user."
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